Here is one of Ted Wells Silent Film Westerns issued by Universal. The source of this print is not known to me at the moment , perhaps I acquired it in a trade with another collector through an ad in "The Big Reel" or " Classic Images" It shows that Ted Wells was an acceptable silent western star. Take a look at "The Phantom Cowboy" posted earlier by the Bill Sprague Collection and you will see that Wells was just not cut out to be a cowboy in the talkie era. In The Phantom Cowboy there is that classic scene where Ted Wells is paired with former screen comic Jimmy Aubrey, and they run around in their underwear for half a reel representing the cheapest, bottom of the barrel production values of the films of Robert J . Horner who shot most of his films with a stationary camera . Not bad with a producer /director with no legs, but the quality of the films could have been boosted by higher production costs, and if he had anyone helping him withy the camera chores. This one is now being uploaded in an easier to watch Mp4 file. No complaints please . Complaining on public forums on the internet just get you whisked of to a crazy doctor in a manhole, that will give you a nightly prescription for a strong enema , to insure that you poop the bed every single morning for every morning of your miserable life. So .... lets not complain and let's not be miserable, because complaining gets you absolutely and positively nowhere.